TABLE OF CONTENTS. CHAPTER I. Return of the Greeks to Constantinople — The Emperor Michael Paleologus 7 CHAPTER II. Civil Discord — Progress of the Ottomans 35 CHAPTER III. Bajazet and Tamerlane 64 CHAPTER IV. Peace in the Empire — Manuel Opposes Mustapha to the Sultan Amurat II 98 CHAPTER V. Progress of the Ottomans — Union of the Churches 126 CHAPTER VI. Hunniades and Scanderbeg 151 CHAPTER VII. Preparations for the Siege of Constantinople — Consternation of the Greeks 177 CHAPTER... Topics: Byzantine Empire, Byzantine Empire -- History
Van den Ven, P. When did the Byzantine Empire and Civilization come into being? - Annual Report of the American Historical Association for the Year 1916. - 1919, Vol. 1: 301-309. Digitized by the Center for Adventist Research, James White Library, Andrews University. Topics: Van den Ven, Byzantine Empire
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Wisconsin, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by John Mark Ockerbloom. Public domain. Topics: Byzantine Empire, politics, government, provinces
Adone Palmierj [. . .] trova alle triste vicende umane conforto la presente vita di S. Cesario Medico--page  Topics: Caesarius, of Nazianzus, Saint, -369, Christian saints--Byzantine Empire--Biography,...
This is volume 2: Kostandin Tsiranatsin [Constantine Porphyrogenitus] (Erevan, 1970), in 444 pdf pages, of five volumes from the series O'tar aghbyurnere" Hayastani ev hayeri masin [Foreign Sources on Armenia and the Armenians] which contain modern Armenian translations of Byzantine sources, together with invaluable introductory studies and scholarly notes. All five volumes are the work of the great Byzantinist Hratch Bartikyan, and are available at Internet Archive. Search for... Topics: Byzantium, Byzantine Empire, History, Historical, Armenia, Armenian
Bibliography for Alexander Alexandrovich Vasiliev (1867-1953) , by Sirarpie Der Nersessian, from Dumbarton Oaks Papers , Vol. 9/10 (1956), pp. 1-21, in 22 pdf pages. Bibliography for the renowned Byzantinist, whose name also appears as Vasilyev and Vasil'ev. Uploaded by user Robert Bedrosian. Topics: Bibliography, Byzantium, Byzantine Empire, History, Historical